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Fuel tank differences?

Postby danielflorance » Wed Oct 29, 2014 6:13 pm

Hi guys, new to the forum. Recently bought a 1.3 special equipment and I'm going to be changing the engine soon. I'll be needing to pump the fuel from the tank as its fuel injection. What I was wondering is are the tanks In the 1.3's the same as the gti ones? Or are the gti ones baffled? If they're the same I'm hoping to just swap the level sender etc and change the pipe work. Cheers, Dan
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Re: Fuel tank differences?

Postby danielflorance » Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:11 am

No one on here ever come across this or have any knowledge on the subject?
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Re: Fuel tank differences?

Postby miles1234 » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:01 am

Not sure if the tank itself is the same but the GTI one has an electric pump actually in the plastic tank while the carburated engines have a mechanical pump mounted on the engine . If you are desperate I have a 309 GTI tank with pump and sender fitted .
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Re: Fuel tank differences?

Postby Willsy » Sat Nov 01, 2014 11:56 am

Here are the 4 seperate diagrams from the Peugeot service box. Although the tank itself looks the same I wouldn't take the pictures to be accurate as they will typically use a generic picture for the larger part (there is no note of any litre capacity difference), so it's the variation at the top with the fittings and fixtures which is key

Carburettor and Mechanical Fuel Pump Assembly
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Carburettor and Electric Fuel Pump Assembly
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Diesel and XU
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